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- The Providence Journal
Computer models continue to "boost confidence" that Southern New England will get hit with "a high impact winter storm" Saturday.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
The fire has been burning since Friday and is 55% contained.
- Bucks County Courier Times
The National Weather Service is calling for snow to hit Pennsylvania, and the closer you live to the coast, the more you'll see.
- The Standard-Times
As the Blizzard of 1978 began, the snow came down in heavy, wind-blown sheets. It didn't stop for days, leaving thousands stranded and without power.
- The Herald-Mail
National Weather Service meteorologists share the forecast for the Tri-State area in regards to the winter storm forecast to start Friday.
- The Weather Network
Parts of Ontario and Quebec will fall under an active storm track as Canada endures a pattern flip-flop heading into February.
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
It snowed in Miami on Jan. 19, 1977. Could it happen again, as temperatures plunge and Artic door blasts Florida?
- The Providence Journal
The local office of the National Weather Service is taking a potential weekend storm seriously enough to post a special message about it.
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A powerful nor’easter with heavy snow, high winds, and coastal flooding threatens the East Coast this weekend.
- Idaho Statesman
The avalanche swept the skier down the mountain side, park rangers said.
- Foster's Daily Democrat
A powerful coastal winter nor'easter storm is developing and headed toward the Seacoast New Hampshire and York County in southern Maine.
- The Weather Network
A storm will develop off the U.S. East Coast on Friday night and make a beeline for the Atlantic provinces this weekend. Here’s what you need to know.
- Cape Cod Times
Cape Cod may get smacked by a powerful storm this weekend that could bring heavy snow, strong winds, coastal flooding and dangerous seas.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The ranch was reportedly purchased by a group led by “Yellowstone” producer Taylor Sheridan and is expected to be featured in a spinoff of the hit show.
- NBC News
Nasty nor'easter could slam the Northeast & New England this weekend with as much as 20 inches of snow
New York City could get as little as 2 or as much as 20 inches of snow this weekend.
A high-impact, powerful winter storm is becoming more likely to affect parts of New England and potentially the Mid-Atlantic states this weekend. Threat level: The storm, now simulated by most of the reliable computer models used as weather forecasting tools, could bring upwards of a foot of snow, blizzard conditions due to high winds and heavy snow and coastal flooding from Long Island to Maine. Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free
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If you're heading to Daytona Beach for the race, pack warm.
Residents of the Plains and Upper Midwest have had to endure dramatic swings in temperature this month, and AccuWeather forecasters say the end of January and beginning of February will be no different. "Typically, these wild changes do not occur in January," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Matt Benz. While there have been many ups and downs this month, the cold has outweighed any milder conditions. "Despite these fluctuations, both Minneapolis and International Falls, Minnesota, are still well b